This is a whole lesson with 18 power point slides (it can cover from 1 hour and a half to 2 hours). The objectives are: to know facts about feminist movements in Spain, to work on perfect past, and to be able to give key expressions about the topic for oral tests. The lesson counts with plenty of activities such as: find synonymous, reading comprehension, vocabulary, fill gaps activities, translations, and speaking questions! This is work done and I hope it helps you!
Great and effective booklet for Speaking Revision! Ideal for A Levels! 14 pages that include: Connectives, ways to express opinions, idiomatic expressions, instructions for AS Speaking exam, how to make a A* oral answer, 2 exercises for analysis of oral answers and 6 original oral exam questions! It also includes a pair assessment sheet for your students to assess each others. This book is ideal to hand it to your A Level students. They will be able to do some revision and you will love to use it in your lessons!
Reflexive verbs paper for revision and practicing reflexive verbs in Spanish. Hope it helps!
40 idiomatic expressions commonly used in Spanish. They are classified by topics (the 6 first topic of A Level). However, this is only for guide purposes. These expressions can be used for different levels. Expressions can be used for different topics. These expressions include translations, examples and explanations for those that require further information to use it correctly. This will help you to include them in your lessons, to hand them to your students so that they can aim for the highest marks in writing and ,especially, speaking.
Excellent poster to hand to the students! It contains useful language for your students to use in every lesson such as: greetings, possible problems in class, asking for material and help… Great to encourage use of Spanish daily!
A very fun quiz for Year 7! You will be able to revise basic such as animals/ personality/ numbers and simple questions in a fun way. Hope your students enjoy it!
This sheet includes 27 different verbs in Spanish. All of them are conjugated in 1st person singular. It´s ideal for writing and speaking activities. It includes present tense, imperfect, preterite, past perfect, pluperfect, inmediate future tense and “will future”. Also, there are some time expressions as examples for using these different verbs! Suitable for GCSE, A Levels and adults learning!